CSC Tournament sends the right message

Orange Ale House won the inaugural CSC Tournament title. The Orange Ale House’s players are Gary Sherrick, Jackie Sherrick, Melissa Magdon, Andrew Montegue, Rob Van Kuren, William Volpe, Bryon Arndt, Michael Fanara, Dawn Fanara, Timothy Scott, Dana Jusino, Askley Adler, Stephanie David, Amy DiZenzo, Jesse Tompkins, Katie Darragh, JJ Magdon and Jen Magdon.

Orange Ale House won the inaugural CSC Tournament title. The Orange Ale House’s players are Gary Sherrick, Jackie Sherrick, Melissa Magdon, Andrew Montegue, Rob Van Kuren, William Volpe, Bryon Arndt, Michael Fanara, Dawn Fanara, Timothy Scott, Dana Jusino, Askley Adler, Stephanie Dawid, Amy DiZenzo, Jesse Tompkins, Katie Darragh, JJ Magdon and Jen Magdon.

The Connecticut Support Cancer Co-Ed Softball Tournament was held at Tom Haydon Field and Sherman School Field in Fairfield on June 29.

More than 100 softball players, fans, volunteer umpires and family members from across the state came together to help raise funds to open the first Cancer Support Community in Southern Connecticut.
Funds raised at the CSC Co-Ed Softball Tournament will be used to offer free cancer support and education for patients and their families living with cancer.
The tournament featured five co-ed teams from across Connecticut playing in a round-robin format.
Orange Ale House went 4-0 to take the championship. Seporah’s Sluggers from Meriden took the runner-up trophy at 3-1. The teams were separated only by their head-to-head game, won 4-3 by Orange Ale House in extra innings.
The Cancer Support Community of Southern Connecticut (CSC-SCT) is an affiliate of the Cancer Support Community – an international network of independently chartered non-profit organizations.
Its mission is to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community so that no one faces cancer alone.
CSC-SCT will serve Fairfield, New Haven, Middlesex and New London counties and is raising funds to build its first facility in Southern Connecticut, with significant offsite programming also planned through a variety of partnerships in multiple communities throughout the region.
The Cancer Support Community program has five core components: support, education, healthy lifestyles, social opportunities, and information/referrals.
For more informationcontact Robert Carraro at 203-212-6799  or [email protected]
Visit  csc-sct.org or go on Facebook to facebook.com/CSCSCT.

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